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Jan 22, 2013 4:00pm PST
on the deficits, the numbers we give outen oh oil subsidies are insane. president obama's been fighting back. he had a significant portion of his weekly address march, 2012 on this very topic. >> at a time big oil companies are making more money than ever before, we're still giving them $4 billion of your tax dollars in subsidies every year. your member of congress should be fighting for you, not for big financial firms or big oil companies. i expect congress to vote on ending these subsidies. when they do, we're going to put every single member of congress object record. they can either stand up for the oil companies or they can stand up for the american people. >> cenk: now, you're going to be shocked. it turns out they stood up for the oil companies. they don't work fours they work for their donors. $2.4 billion is the bill from senator menendez that would ever taken away $4 billion is the build up president obama suggested. the reality is at a bare minimum, overall oil subsidies are $10 billion. now, if you include the cost of defending shipping lanes, et cetera the cost ac
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Jan 14, 2013 4:00pm PST
deficit. it will have to come with spending cuts. >> cenk: more austerity, i wouldn't do any more of it. but he also talked about guns. >> he was asked about guns. i think what we'll hear him talk about hear here now but 836 people now since the newtown tragedy has died. that's almost as if we have woken up for 32 days and there was a nu town every single day. >> cenk: every time we update it i get surprised. oh, my god, it's been that many more and it's insanity. i think a great majority of the american people are on to it. it is a majority, 52% of americans are now more supportive of gun control since newtown. we're making progress, of course it depends on what is in it. >> he has the option and he's talking about using the executive order. here is the president. >> obama: well, my understanding of the vice president is going to provide a range of steps that we can take to reduce gun violence. some of them will require legislation, some of them i can accomplish through executive action. >> cenk: so the executive action seems strong. >> yes. >> cenk: do we know what they're refer to go
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